Chancellor Syverud

May 12, 2014 - 12:38pm
In a five-page memorandum sent to students and faculty Monday morning, Syverud discussed promotions and tenure, funding community projects and university leadership, among other things.

In the latest of Chancellor Kent Syverud’s emails to Syracuse University students and faculty, the chancellor laid out a series of changes to affect the university in the coming school year and beyond.

“I have taken some time to think about and assess some key areas of focus,” Syverud wrote in the body of the email after noting that Tuesday marks his four-month anniversary as SU Chancellor, “and want to share with you a number of changes that are being made, some new initiatives underway, and other information I think you should know.”

April 10, 2014 - 9:22pm
The annual event’s speakers included Chancellor Kent Syverud and Hendricks Chapel Dean Tiffany Steinwert, followed by a march around campus.

On a chilly Tuesday night in Hendricks Chapel, Syracuse University students and administrators spoke out against sexual violence in the annual event Take Back the Night.

February 3, 2014 - 3:34pm
The Chinese Students and Scholars Association marked the start of the Year of the Horse with performances in its annual gala.

Syracuse students, faculty, staff and community members ushered in the Year of the Horse with food, song and dance.

The Chinese Students and Scholars Association welcomed the Lunar New Year on Friday with its annual Spring Festival Gala. The gala is one of CSSA’s biggest events of the year and sold over 300 tickets. The event brings the University and the larger Syracuse community together through the shared celebration.